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Please be advised that Central Coast Council have closed all sportsfields in the Region for the Weekend.
As a result, the Central Coast Representative Development Training has been cancelled for this evening.
The Girl’s Come and Try day is in the process of being rescheduled. Keep an eye on this page and also the Come and Try event page for more information.
Womens AFL made sporting history, selling out venues just in its first weeks. Now local Youth Girls aged 12 – 17 years are being invited to take part in AFL. On Sunday 19th March the AFL will be hosting a day of skills and games for interested girls, who may already play soccer, tennis, netball or rugby. The session will run from 10:30am until 11:30am at Hylton Moore Oval Corner of Althorp St and Coburg St, East Gosford.
AFL locally is played on Friday nights and Sundays, with clubs located across the Central Coast, to find your local club head to play.afl and follow the prompts.
AFL NSW/ACT would like to announce our 2017 Female Academy Squads (Newcastle Satellite):
Youth Girls (U18s)
Isabella Caylak (Wyong), Matisse Coram-Parker(Cardiff), Arizona Cross (Cardiff), Eleanore Ford (Inverell), Emma Kelly (Nelson Bay), Sabrina Kliousis (Newcastle City), Kyah McBride (Singleton), Lauren Mott (Gosford), Hannah Page (Killarney Vale), Roisin Ronan-Yates (Newcastle City), Georgia Seymour, Nicola Walker (Cardiff), Bethany Wood (Killarney Vale), Orana Young (Gosford)
Sophie Balcombe (Nelson Bay), Karina Berry (Gosford), Sarah Burns (Cardiff), Georgia Butler (Killarney Vale), Lauren Cooper (Nelson Bay), Kailee Goodwin (Newcastle City), Taylah Gray (Newcastle City), Sarah Halvorsen (Newcastle City), Kate Handley (Newcastle City), Amy Hessell (Gosford), Kate Holland (Nelson Bay), Samantha Lawrence (Lake Macquarie), Meaghan Macdonald (Newcastle City), Paige Mathewson (Newcastle City), Tarryn O’Hehir (Killarney Vale), Alison Parkin (Gosford), Alexandra Pearce (Wyong Lakes), Jessica Phillips (Nelson Bay), Taylah Smith (Newcastle City), Phillippa Smyth (Nelson Bay), Lisa Steane (Nelson Bay), Rebekah Stuart(Newcastle City), Alex Tialshinsky
Head Coach: Craig Golledge (AFL NSW/ACT)
Assistant Coaches: Simon Berry (Gosford) & John Parker (Newcastle City)
Training commences Monday 27th Feb 6.00-7.30 at Avondale College, Cooranbong
For further information please contact Craig on 0439661701.
The Paul Kelly Cup Competition is the largest AFL primary school competition in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. Students from year’s 5 & 6 are encouraged to participate in Boys competitive and Girls competitive teams. We encourage all schools to enter a Boys and Girls team in the competition.
Paul Kelly Cup teams consist of 12 players (three zones consisting of four players). Games are played on smaller modified fields under 12 rules (modified tackle and 10-12min halves), this allows children who are new to the game to experience and enjoy AFL in a fun and safe environment. Teams will play a minimum of 3 games at the Paul Kelly Cup round robin gala day.
This year the day will be hosted at Hylton Moore Oval on Thursday 25th May from 9am.
As part of the Australia Post AFL Community Camps, Shelly Beach Golf Club will be hosting a Community Camp Dinner on Monday 6th February at 6.30pm.
All Enquiries & Ticket Sales to Shelly Beach Golf Club (02) 4332 3400
A fantastic opportunity has come up for a young leader to join the Northern NSW team, in an administration role.
This junior position would suit school-leavers and young people just starting out in their career. Energetic trainee required for one of New South Wales leading sports organisations. Work in a fun, successful environment! Learn new skills in leadership & administration
Applications close Friday 6th January 2017.
Northern Lakes Power’s Terry West, has taken out the 2016 Central Coast Sports Federation Volunteer of the Year Award, beating some very worthy members of many other sporting teams across the Central Coast.
The presentation was held at Mingara, on November 25, with Terry and his son, Deacon, attending.
Terry has had a wonderful year, and was recognised locally as the Central Coast Junior AFL Volunteer of the Year. Terry is also a proud Life Member of the Northern Lakes Power. Some of his roles in 2016 included Coach, Central Coast U/12 Rep Co-Coach, ground set up, ground pack up, oval maintenance, volunteer coordinator, recruitment officer and social function planner. Terry has been instrumental in the overall running of the Northern Lakes Power in 2016.
Terry was nominated by his club for this award, with the Central Coast Sports Federation Board appointing a selection panel, who voted on all categories.
On behalf of the Central Coast Junior AFL community, congratulations Terry West!